I’ve just finished watching this Netflix docuseries and I can’t stop thinking about it.
It’s ten juicy episodes, full of massive egos, incredible basketball, and a banging 90’s hip-hop soundtrack. It’s a fantastically brutal account of how the Chicago Bulls came to dominate the basketball scene throughout the 1990s.
The team was led to countless victories by three key players: Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, and Dennis Rodman.
This, coincidentally, demonstrates the concept behind the Pareto chart, and this Process Street post perfectly.
I’ll explain what I mean by this later. First, let me go through what we’ll cover in this post:
- What is a Pareto chart?
- Where did the Pareto chart come from?
- How to read a Pareto chart
- When to use a Pareto chart
- How to create a Pareto chart with Process Street
I’m excited to get started. So, my cagers, let’s take it to the hole!
I admit. I may have googled “basketball terms” for that sentence… what I’m basically saying is; C’mon you lot! Let’s go!